E-commerce websites on the internet are expanding so fast it could make your head spin! Don’t panic – iwi Web designers are here to guide you through all the possible pitfalls and minefields.
iwi Web designers will offer a complete range of e-commerce solutions for your company, from a simple quote request to entire shopping cart systems. As with all our services, iwi can also offer a maintenance package, so your online store is always up to date. There is more to doing e-business than just building a website – you are going to need automation and security for your customers.
We can offer expert advice on exactly what you need and how to make it happen. Whatever you do, don’t turn your back on the internet as a selling tool for your company. After all, your competitors haven’t!
Did you know that more and more people are purchasing equipment over the internet?
Take advantage of this steady growth and find your new source of customers.
Examples of Different Types of E-commerce:
B2B (Business to Business) — involves companies doing business with each other. An example would be a manufacturer selling to distributors and wholesalers selling to retailers.
B2C (Business to Consumer) — this is the standard example most people think of if asked about “e-commerce.” B2C consists of businesses selling goods or services to the general public through an online store using shopping cart software, without the need for any human interaction or overseeing of the transaction 24 hours a day. An example of this would be Godaddy, Amazon, etc.
C2B (Consumer to Business) — an example would be a consumer would post a project/job with a set budget online, and companies would bid on the said project. Then the consumer would review the bids/offers and select the company they desire to complete the task.
C2C (Consumer to Consumer) — an example for this type would be made up of online classifieds, forums, etc. where individuals can buy or sell their goods & services, using systems like PayPal (ex: eBay).